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**Researchers run an experiment across 5 different Research Design and Analysis classes, each with 22 students. They then conduct an ANOVA to determine if the classes have different grade distributions. Below is a portion of their ANOVA findings.**

**A) Complete the ANOVA
table**

Source |
df |
SS |
MS |
F |
P |

Between groups |
58.1 |
||||

Within groups |
22.0 |
||||

Total |

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Answer #1

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